BennettJohn HIllFred PessaroZoe CampBrad AngleBrandon GeistSammi Chichester June 25, As we reached 's midpoint, we here at Revolver got pretty stoked to start compiling the best heavy music of the year thus far, and rightly so — it's been a damn fertile six months for standout tunes.
Both acts received six nominations, with Timberlake getting nods for his 'Suit and Tie' and 'Mirrors' promos. The VMAs - one of the biggest events on the pop music calendar - represents the first time a major awards show has been held in Brooklyn. The place has been a mecca for art and culture for years, though the Barclays Center appears to have truly put it on the map.
New album Mosquito may well be the clearest sign yet that their scrappy New York Punk roots were merely one incarnation of this versatile three-piece. Karen O seems to have paid her debt to the likes of PJ Harvey in full.
She's no longer a primal force of nature, having morphed into something far more refined and seductive. Just like the tiny insect that held the key to Jurassic Park, Mosquito opens the door to all sorts of possibilities for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. It's by no means a perfect record, although it starts promisingly enough with the raunchy biblical overtones of the funky gospel number 'Sacrilege'.
It's infectious and fun and picks up where previous record, It's Blitz! But it's also not indicative of Mosquito's true nature. That honour goes to the far more sedate and dark 'Subway', which slows the pace of the record to a crawl. While the train noises, which are used as a percussive heartbeat to the track, are a welcome addition, it takes its time to make an impact.
Seemingly concerned more with the hypnotic possibilities of the vocal which is intertwined with the instruments, there's a subterranean sense of cool that oozes through your speakers.
But ignoring the sudden gear changes, these experiments in sound also lack a sense of immediacy and urgency that have defined much of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs previous work.Jun 06, · I would agree with those who find many of the debut albums listed here not quite ready-for-primetime, where the artists had not yet established firm footing.
(Josh played the bass on this one). But yeah, an underrated debut no doubt about it. Click to expand As good or better than any QOTSA album IMO. Diablo Griffin said. As we reached 's midpoint, we here at Revolver got pretty stoked to start compiling the best heavy music of the year thus far, and rightly so — it's been a damn fertile six months for standout tunes.
From the return of bona fide NWOBHM gods, A-list hard-rock doomsayers, stoner-riff weed priests, Swedish death dealers and enigmatic occult rockers to the rise of an ambitious new class of.
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